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The Flatey Enigma Ketilsey Island, 1960.Near This Deserted Island Off The Western Coast Of Iceland, The Dawning Of Spring Brings With It New Life For The Local Wildlife But For The Decaying Body Discovered By Three Seal Hunters, Winter Is A Matter Of Permanence After It Is Found To Be A Danish Cryptographer Missing For Months, The Ensuing Investigation Uncovers A Mysterious Link Between Him And A Medieval Manuscript Known As The Book Of Flatey.Before Long Another Body Is Found On Flatey, Another Tiny Island Off The Western Coast This Time, In The Ancient Viking Tradition, The Victim S Back Has Been Mutilated With The So Called Blood Eagle Kjartan, The District Magistrate S Representative Sent To Investigate The Crime, Soon Finds Himself Descending Into The Dark, Dangerous World Of Ancient Legends, Symbology, And Secret Societies To Find The Killer.Viktor Arnar Ingolfsson S Glass Key Nominated Nordic Mystery Captures The Era With Visceral Authenticity And The Austere Quiet Of A World Far Off The Beaten Track Full Of Surprising Humor, Complex Clues, And Brooding Intensity, The Flatey Enigma Is So Captivating You Won T Be Able To Put The Book Down Until Kjartan Has Cracked The Code.


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10 thoughts on “The Flatey Enigma

  1. says:

    1960 1960


  2. says:

    This is a mystery with different meanings, with a couple of mysteries threading through out the whole story and the dead bodies are almost incidental to the true story which is a snapshot of small Icelandic island life during the 1960 s If you re a fan of modern formula driven mysteries, or hard and fast action, this


  3. says:

    Book reviewIceland with a population of 321,857 is considered the most sparsely populated country in Europe and given that at most 1 or 2 murders annually are reported in the entire country it is not the first place readers might venture to discover new crime fiction authors And for most of the twentieth century publishers


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    A slightly expanded version of this review can be found on Crime Fiction LoverThe year is 1960 Kjartan, a rather green functionary from the local magistrate s office, reluctantly steps off the boat on the tiny Icelandic island of Ketilsey to file a report about a dead body found by local seal hunters Not used to field work, he ho


  5. says:

    There really is a series of Icelandic sagas called The Flatey Book Viktor Arnar Ingolfsson has crafted an interesting mystery story about a couple of strange deaths around the Island of Flatey in Iceland s Westfjord country For once, there is no super smooth investigator, only several officials trying to put two and two together.The mo


  6. says:

    Non l ambientazione di uno dei gialli pi imperdibili della storia Quarta lettera.Nell ottica di un viaggio in Islanda in programma ho provato a leggere il prodotto di uno degli scrittori dell isola apparentemente un giallo ci sono i morti ma tutto si risolve in un modo inconsistente che pi non si pu.In un isola vicina a Flatey si trova un u


  7. says:

    No soy muy amante de la novela negra n rdica, he dejado mas de un texto de este g nero a la mitad, creo que por su timing, esa capacidad que tienen los escandinavos de estar cien paginas sin decir casi nada, dejando que el lector se vea envuelto por el clima y los paisajes, por el ambiente en general, a mi me estresan sobremanera Este no ha sido e


  8. says:

    Although the professionals from Reykjavik are finally sent for, it s the amateurs who really do the lion s share of the murder investigations in The Flatey Enigma, and I found following them around this remote area of western Iceland to be fascinating As villagers are interviewed, as they help guide the magistrate s assistant from place to place, the re


  9. says:

    This gently paced novel has several threads interwoven like a skein of different coloured wool.The first thread is an investigation into one death, then a second But are either of these deaths murder The second thread is an evocative insight into life as it was in this remote part of Iceland in 1960 Another is excerpts from the sagas, read by an as yet uniden


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